Get What You Tolerate
medicine you look at how "well tolerated" a drug
will be related to its side effects. At work
and at home, many people evaluate new opportunities
related to what can be well tolerated. Yet after
life, most people don't want their tombstone to
read, "He tolerated stuff for other
people because they paid him."
Especially, when we realize that we can make more
money and have more fun doing work that engages our
passions. Life is too short for doing work
you don't enjoy for people you don't respect.
man is born into the world whose work is not born
with him." James Russell Lowell
message is: Life
is not a dress rehearsal. You can solve your
problems using the mind you know you have. You can
stop seeking answers outside yourself. You can look
reason for being is:
help people really know
themselves and their life's
attention to their
from where they are to where they want to
and embrace a sense
live in an economy where we don't have to tolerate
jobs we hate. For the most part, we get to choose.
But that choice isn't about a job search so much as
an identity quest. So, don't be cursed because of
your tremendous ability and infinite choice of
jobs. Decide what
you can devote your life
and then live your dream.
are too many smart, educated, talented people
operating at a slow speed in jobs they are just
have put their dream in a lock box so they could go
out an make a ton of money to support the big
house, the expensive cars, the summer/winter place,
the private schools, etc. The unfortunate outcome
of following this path, is that they become
emotionally invested in that world--and don't
really want to ditch it by opening up the lock box
and letting their dream surface.
majority of people utilize their life experiences
to elaborate and express the variations of their
native energy field; it's a rare individual who
manages to move beyond it, although many may make
considerable internal improvement. Motivation
proceeds from meaning, and meaning, in turn, is an
expression in context. Thus, achievement is bounded
by context, which, when correspondingly aligned
with motivation, determines the individual's
relative power. Although it is not ordinary to move
out of one energy field into another during one's
lifetime, the opportunity still exists. It remains
for motivation to activate that potential; without
the exercise of choice, no progression will occur."
Hidden Determinants of Human Behavior
David R. Hawkins, M.D., Ph.D.
happens unless first a dream." Carl
when you believed that you could change the world?
Where are those dreams and aspirations of youth?
You may feel you are now ready for a life makeover
but are not sure what the changes should be. But
you know you want more than what is.
and business success starts with answering the
question: "What should I do with my
Bronson, author of
Should I Do with My
House), tells us that some people keep from finding
themselves because they feel guilty for simply
taking this question seriously. Many people feel
guilty for obsessing about what kind of work they
should do. It feels self-indulgent. Yet, people
succeed by unleashing a productive, creative and
focused energy that flows from the inside-out to
work at things they love doing.
analyzing yourself and discovering your life
signature, you can focus your power to coordinate
spirit, mind and body in living your
shortest route to living the good life involves
building the confidence that you can live happily
within your means.
to schedule a free 20-minute telephone conversation
and explore achieving clarity and focus,
personalize learning, expand your awareness and
design the life you want
or later, we all yearn to break out of our secure
heart moves beyond the familiar and convenient into
more adventurous realms of possibility. If we don't
break out, our future will always remain in the
hands of someone else...not as something we claim
fully as our own. Living our life with a deeper
understanding draws us to realize our ideals, walk
our talk, and act in accord with what we know to be
are the touchstones of our characters."